As part of the agreement, construction at the Disneyland Resort must begin before the end of 2017 and be completed in seven years, otherwise the ban will expire. This was the only public thing I found but as you said it did not say what the money would be spent on other than a new parking garage which I'm sure was already planned with or without the deal.
Originally Posted by TimK
I see this becoming the norm for some years now. Disney has way more work going on right now than central Florida has workers. Disney is not the only place in central Florida that has construction going on right now so I'm sure the competition must be fierce for competent workers and just as important competent construction companies to do the work. Another problem ALL of Florida has always shared is work force turnover. So many people move to Florida and then get home sick and move back north (I have personal experience with this, I would still live down there if my wife didn't get homesick). On top of all of this think of the 55,000 people (last number I heard) that Disney employees to run the joint and there again Disney isn't the only venue in central Florida.
Originally Posted by imdizfan
So like I said I personally think you are experiencing the new norm which will probably just get worse and not better.
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